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5 Recovery Tips for Patients with Co-Occurring Disorders

5 Recovery Tips for Patients with Co-Occurring Disorders

Individuals with mental health disorders often do not have just a single condition. The term dual diagnosis has ...
Soak Up That Vitamin D

Soak Up That Vitamin D

Vitamin D is an essential nutrient for human functioning providing great health benefits. Many people, from ...
Addiction Recovery for Young Adults

Addiction Recovery for Young Adults

Young adults ages 18 to 25 years old are more likely than any other age group to struggle with substance and drug ...
Teen Substance Abuse is More Common in Summertime

Teen Substance Abuse is More Common in Summertime

Summer is a season when teens look forward to more time with friends, family and loved ones. School is out and ...
Differences Between Inpatient and Outpatient Alcohol Rehab

Differences Between Inpatient and Outpatient Alcohol Rehab

Many differences exist between inpatient and outpatient alcohol rehab programs. It is important to understand the ...
Open Up a Flexible Schedule in Recovery

Open Up a Flexible Schedule in Recovery

Following escape from an abusive relationship with drugs and alcohol, the establishment of a sense of structure is ...
Warning Signs of a Video Game Addiction

Warning Signs of a Video Game Addiction

Video game addiction is hotly debated by scientists, researchers and doctors interested in deciphering what causes ...
Why the Opiate Epidemic is Still a Problem

Why the Opiate Epidemic is Still a Problem

The opiate epidemic hits thousands of people every year. A mainstay in the news lately, it is hard to avoid coming ...
Quitting Ambien Cold Turkey

Quitting Ambien Cold Turkey

Ambien is classified as a sedative-hypnotic prescribed to treat short term insomnia. Ambien contains ...
The Importance of Love in Addiction Recovery

The Importance of Love in Addiction Recovery

Recovery from addiction or other mental illness can be a challenging process which is why motivation is needed to ...
The Horrible Death Rate of Eating Disorders

The Horrible Death Rate of Eating Disorders

Anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder or eating disorders which are not classified affect more ...
How Trauma Helps Us Grow

How Trauma Helps Us Grow

The number of civilians affected by post-traumatic stress disorder is 13 times larger than with military ...
5 Recovery Tips for Patients with Co-Occurring Disorders

5 Recovery Tips for Patients with Co-Occurring Disorders

Individuals with mental health disorders often do not have just a single condition. The term dual diagnosis has ...
Soak Up That Vitamin D

Soak Up That Vitamin D

Vitamin D is an essential nutrient for human functioning providing great health benefits. Many people, from ...
Addiction Recovery for Young Adults

Addiction Recovery for Young Adults

Young adults ages 18 to 25 years old are more likely than any other age group to struggle with substance and drug ...
Teen Substance Abuse is More Common in Summertime

Teen Substance Abuse is More Common in Summertime

Summer is a season when teens look forward to more time with friends, family and loved ones. School is out and ...
Differences Between Inpatient and Outpatient Alcohol Rehab

Differences Between Inpatient and Outpatient Alcohol Rehab

Many differences exist between inpatient and outpatient alcohol rehab programs. It is important to understand the ...
Open Up a Flexible Schedule in Recovery

Open Up a Flexible Schedule in Recovery

Following escape from an abusive relationship with drugs and alcohol, the establishment of a sense of structure is ...
Warning Signs of a Video Game Addiction

Warning Signs of a Video Game Addiction

Video game addiction is hotly debated by scientists, researchers and doctors interested in deciphering what causes ...
Why the Opiate Epidemic is Still a Problem

Why the Opiate Epidemic is Still a Problem

The opiate epidemic hits thousands of people every year. A mainstay in the news lately, it is hard to avoid coming ...
Quitting Ambien Cold Turkey

Quitting Ambien Cold Turkey

Ambien is classified as a sedative-hypnotic prescribed to treat short term insomnia. Ambien contains ...
The Importance of Love in Addiction Recovery

The Importance of Love in Addiction Recovery

Recovery from addiction or other mental illness can be a challenging process which is why motivation is needed to ...
The Horrible Death Rate of Eating Disorders

The Horrible Death Rate of Eating Disorders

Anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder or eating disorders which are not classified affect more ...
How Trauma Helps Us Grow

How Trauma Helps Us Grow

The number of civilians affected by post-traumatic stress disorder is 13 times larger than with military ...

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